Signs indicate that for the Christmas holidays without quarantine, Juventus talisman Cristiano Ronaldo has traveled to Dubai.
The rule obtained in Dubai is that he or she has to go into quarantine for at least ten days once anyone lands in the region. But the rules for football players, which have caused debate, tend to be different.
The Portuguese superstar, who contracted COVID-19 and recovered after 19 days while on duty with the national team, agreed, according to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, to spend his holidays in Dubai without being quarantined.
The Italian media has also speculated that it is not only Ronaldo who will leave Turin and Italy this Christmas as a Juventus player. Around four others are planning the same thing, traveling to warner countries and fewer restrictions.
The COVID-19 protocol directing footballers tends to be different from other passengers, it has been discovered.
Knowing that returning to work in Italy may not have the same issues, they take advantage of this. This may be because every three days they are continuously checked.
The decree states that between December 21 and January 6, those returning from abroad must live in isolation.